Aztecs storing maize.
late 16th century
- maize / agriculture
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- American Corn Growers Association (ACGA)
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- Corn Facts -- soyatech
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- Corn Refiner's Association
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- Domesticated plants of Mesoamerica -- Wikipedia
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Lynne Olver, Morris County Library NJ
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- Maize of Guatemala
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- Maize Was Passed from Group to Group of Southwestern Hunter-Gatherers, Study Suggests -- ScienceDaily (08 December 2009)
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- New World foods: introduced to Europe by the Columbian Exchange
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- Popcorn Board
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Image of Zea mays from Flora von Deutschland Österreich und der Schweiz